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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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Thursday, November 2, 1944. fordsvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Forest wtna Williams. Genevieve Curtis lliup. and Miss Esther Holroyu. Aiaxlnn Conrad. Helen uowns, im. n. Murrav. mother of Lewis J Vern Morgan; Juniors: Helen Schwab, William T. Hudson, Margie Murray, of Eugene, fell today at her homo l.rpnkii.ir her leg. She was Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Kul", tulb. Ih'Ib'i ''I sn-H'ze wltticmt f.-ur of iiibiitiri' f.iUe tn-th rtrointitig, Kli-Iin r wiilililliii,'. KASTKBTH iiA9 plnl. firnitT (mil iimro tumfortiibly. 'i'big lib-lisiiJlt puWiltT llilB HO liUllllii), Biopy, ruiKty tiihle or fecliuy. l'H't.ii't tuune iniii-wji H'h nlknlim (luiil-tirld). C1m kg odnr" (ilriiliire brnnh). Get l'A. TKl-.Tli ut uuv dnij: itore. A. Edwards, Donnlg Slam, pamcia ley, Mrs. Iva Braeal, Mrs. Virginia taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital at a ,,,.,1,1,,-jiinn nf a birthday and Sollars, Karl Belser, Jr.; Sopho Danville, 111. in the WatBon . . mills T.nna Ritter. Lucille Youmans, Mrs. Glenn join........ I.-lossie Holtsclaw. .Mrs. Adams, Sirs- mores Doris Knauer and Hill waiters; Freshmen: lna C. Yoho, Mar- a masquerade party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alh-n Doty Monday evening in observance of Doolcy, Mrs. Rein, Unfa'"- "u Knni Eddie William Keister, cella Lannoy, Shirley Ann Layman, bins, Mary Porter, Nina Holton, Bes the hostess, Mis. O. bfevsau, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Keis i uinixn NVdra Fartanursi. jviig their voung sou, Jlnimie Alien uuij n non Alexander, Marjorle Clark, Cla eighth birth anniversary. Barbara Curtis; Eight n: rnyius Ami Albright, Eugene Hathaway, Margie Holycross, Conrad Porter, Deloies B. kv-rtnor- Sfventh: Helen Jo Thomp- ra McCanse. Margaret Karnsworm Susie McLain, Kuby Kuhns and Er- VOTE FOR json, Luia Mae Conrad and Barbara day night at the home or Mrs. j. s. Auble. The evening' was spent In playing Monte Carlo whist, prizes being won by Mrs. Nina Hollon and Mrs. Helen Mitchell. A luncheon of sandwiches, potato chips, pumpkin pit and whipped cream were served at small tables decorated in Keeping with Halloween. Members and guests present were: Mesdames Inez Gillis, lene Crick. ter is homo on a thlrly-six day tur-lough from Kodiak, Alaska. He has been stationed in Alaska for the past twenty-two months. He will report back In Bremerton, Wash. November 22nd. James Vannote of the Navy and stationed in New York returned Thursday to his base after visiting i.aldtli'Oa llPrP.' Prizes for the musked were awarded to Pally Spellinan, Klaine Whlt-tington, Billy Wiggins, Carol Spell-man, Joe Williams and Sydney Balrd. Those who attended the party pro Puifv Rnpiiman. Alice Lee Kem- N'avlor. Tim honor roll for the past six Mr. .Tpwell Holton entertained at her home at a Halloween party Fri weeks ol the high school has been released as follows: Seniors: Parrel 'Kuhns, Betty McLain, Elvin Cole, day evening. Bunco was tne oner-sion of the evening with prizes a- .h.iro Kininp Whittington, Ronnie mi. nnrt Mrs. Nathan Chisler of warded to Margaret Maione, ounco, to.,n simnmn. hieh: Edna Hinkle near Perrysville, former residents of rnt..a rpppivpri word from their and Jerry Meschen, Carol Spellman, .Svdney Balrd, Billy Wiggins, Shirley M..viii,i nunald Harris. Joe Shell, travel and Gladys Samuels, low. me VOTE FOR son, Captain Harold Chisler, that he lias returned to the states and is now Ronald Gaines, Joe Williams, Donny Loren Griffin Republican Candidate For SHERIFF OF Vermillion County "May I Have Your Support" party was held in the Dasemeni 01 the Holton home. Decorations con Dodson, Dickie Stewart, La Wanoa at San Antonio, Texas for reassign ai emu " Sue Meschen, Ronnie Doty, Micnaei , ment. Harold had been, stationed for i sisted of cornstalks, leaves, streamers and black cats. Each guest came u.. ,,.. r.cnpvu. Ttemsuurg. neien the past several monms in me Aleu u-.h.n ' Holpn Pparman. Annohelle masked. After bunco was piayeu -fri,,o,.in were served. Those pres Spellman, the honor guest and his (Butch) RAY HAASB DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Commissioner 2nd District OF VERMILLION COUNTY tian Islands. He recently Bpem a thirty day furlough with his parents and wife. ent were Amy and Leonne Higgins, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dot. Miss Mary Lou uurrougns eme.-i,in.d .pvpral of her young friends Mary Porter, Verna Tyler, Margarei Malone, Lula Commins, Edna Hinkle, Gladys Samuels, Rose Fable, Jean Simpson, Ethel Elliott and a at her home Sunday in observance of her twelfth birth anniversary. NOV. 7, 144 Ten guests were present at tne party including Janie Adams, Betty special guest, Mrs. warren usuuin of Detroit, Mich. Warrant Officer Howard Hise left Monday morning for Camp Pendleton, Calif, after a thirty-seven day furlough spent with his parents, Mr. Recent Events In Hillsdale " Morton Daughters Are Home for Weekend; SS Class Party Recently Moore, Betty Hayworth, riona Burroughs, Mary Alice Former, Ann Mc-ti..in Marilvn Kersey. Jean and Joan Remsburg and Nancy Sullivan. The youngsters played games aui-,. aftflmnnn. .,Mrs. Ruby Bur and Mrs. Forest Hise. Howara wm at.n at ripnver. Colo, before report roughs, the hostess' mother, served ing at, Camp Pendleton where he refreshments, to tn guesis at mc o7in vilt relatives. This was How close of the party. ard's first visit home in six years. Many lovely gifts were receneu h. onlisted in the Marines in uji The PTA cleared nearly ?200 at their fall festival at the school house last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seeleyof South Bend visited last Wednesday with his sister, Mrs. Gladys Morton. Thp w. s. 0. S. of the Methodist by .tha honor guest. ' and has been in the South Pacific RE-ELECT Edbert P. Zell YOUR Prosecuting Ahoriiey REPUBLICAN TICKET Mrs. Fred McDowell ano naueu- tr ihs naat twenty-eight monms inno and ann. Davia. speiu uA haB tiirpp malnr onerations to RE-ELECT Fountain Straughn REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR ; COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT OF VERMILLION COUNTY I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Support from Thursday until Sunday with his credit, Guadalcanal, Tulagi and Torowa He also has two Presiden Mrs. McDowells mother, Mrs. am Wright of Newport. tial citations. Eugene McMasters is t,p- nn a thlrtv dav furlough visiting church will serve the election meals at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Nov. 7. Mrs. Marv Roeback Is spending a Miss D. Grace Rheuoy entertained six members of the Delphian Literary Society and one guest at her home Thursday evening. few weeks at Lerna, 111. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan McMasters. Eugene has seen action for several months in the Pacific area. Word has been received by Mr. and friends. N. Jones, vice presiaem Uiltora road went, 10 riunua. mis. j. - cently to attend the funeral of his presided at the meeting during the . . I nrpuwipnt itrs. Bertha Mrs. J. kp of Hip nresident. Mrs. Bertha Mrs. Raymond Chew that tneir son, nu T. r.liew recently inducted, fion-in-lnw iin vnA Miles of Steger. 111. had been transferred from Fort Benjamin Harrison to the Naval Train Ellis. Responses to roll call were current events. Mrs. Mortimer Lewis ti, toQBon for Hie evening which spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lohrman and family. ing Center at Chicago. Mr. ana Robert Tillotson received word last was a continuation of Merle Colby's Guide to Alaska." Mrs. Lewis laiheu Mrs. B. H. McCarty and Mrs. Yora went to Brazil Sunday to Bee Mrs. Victor Self who is very ill. week from the war Department that their son. Glenlyn, had been RE-ELECT on "The Last Frontier." Ti.,iiin,, rpfreshments were ser slightly wounded in action in France ghtly wounaea in acuuu in i" ved by the hostess after the business j jvir. ana Mrs. ijuiuuw Graveside services were held last Clinton spent the weekend with Mr. . . . n-- tii.. rn ririffio tpn I ... ti .i..,nK Jo Griffls, ten JAMES B. HUESTON DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE Wednesday for Ellen meeting. nunaa nrpupnt wpre Mrs. M. L. month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ana mrts. ncu wiiuivn. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bonacorsi and son of Clinton visited Mrs. Clyde Wiggins. Mrs. Nellie Potts, Mrs. Nelle A J. CUUftCH Mark Griffls of Frankfort, former Wait, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. jones, -ma-Dora Harger and the hostess. Miss Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bone-brake Sunday. T.tr Mnns Jaaeerg of Montezuma residents of Cayuga. Services ana burial were held at Eugene Cemetery. Ellen Jo bad been ill for several "months. She leaves two brothers, For spent last Thursday with her moth Rleuby and one guest, .Miss ivaj. Corporal and Mrs. Carl W. Seet. Jr , and family of Urbana, 111., Miss Annabelle Swayne of Vincennes, and Mr and Mrs. Charles M. Parrett of er, Mi a. Slater. Howard and David and one sister, Susan. . uro -rwn r.nv. Mrs. Clara John Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Morton enter t.nupri both their daughters. Miss COMMISSIONER T.K.,.,,.nliK anent the weekend wnn son, Mr. and Mrs: Henry Conner of ,u-:iry ueng. oi buuiji lichu " croniffnrt and Mm. Mary Barr or La- L' I Eldyra Jjlakesley of jndlanapolisov Ceo7nT'6ft,lcS;a,,J!li1-l5f Urn WHUfu j.nv a-i 'ia,-1j4Bli,Wta TarUnnpivn " New'klrk of Clinton i -miss 'svety wall enierrainea -iiei Republican Candidate For A U D 1 TOR OF VERMILLION COUNTY ' i ' I Have Done My Best to Serve You Well tery for Ellen jo urmis. aaugmer Sunday School Class with a Hallow M- anA Mm Vfarlr Irlffia. ... ... it. of Mr and Mrs. Xfark firifflB. een pany eaiuiuay nieui, Mrs. Sadie Black purcnasea tne aula, oauic I'"'"--"" - Mr. and Mrs. Dugger spent Wed air. ana airs. IJUKt I spent from Thursday until Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Adams of Newport. Mrs. Joe Biggs and Miss Gretchen Richards of Newport spent Thursday in Danville, 111., shopping. fl lnl,.. Chnni.n nf TorMI TllllltP Green Shingle restaurant and began negaay at Centenary with the for onomtlnn at nnce. Arthur Moler for- .! , nnva mpr'a npnhpw. Gporee Snai'kS. merly owned the restaurant. The Mr and Mrs. Kaep.n of Kinmuddv Gillis restaurant U closed for re 111., spent a few days with Mr. and HUBS ranj U11UIWBH w. i.. . was a weekend visitor of Mrs. Mar-j Mrs. Floyds Herrick lately. Mrs. Maud Giles spent several J. N. JONES Democratic Candidate days at Muncie, the guest of her pairs and will be reopened within the next few days. Donald Collom, four year old nephew of Mrs. George Collier, left for his home In Frankfort last week. Donald has been residing with hlB sons, Paul and Herbert and family recently. Mrs. Louise Watt and son. Jimmy FOR aunt for the past six months. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Griffls, Mr. spent the weekend with her parents at Bicknell, Ind. MrB. Julia Pearman is visiting her 0 Ah Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court, I liave tried to render courteous and efficient service to ail persons, irrespective of party, creed or color and I sincerely solicit your support! and Mrs. Henry Conner of Frank fort and Mrs. Mary Barr of Lafay ette were supper guests Wednesday daughter and family, Mr. ana sirs. Charles Butler of near Cayuga. The funeral service for Mrs. Wil garet Vincent. G. C. Barker of New York City spent Friday night with his father, James Barker of Newport. W. G. Parrett who is employed in Champaign, 111., spent the weekend at his home in Newport. Miss Barbara Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart of Newport, was hostess to a number of her small friends at a Hallowe'en party at her home Saturday evening. Prizes were awarded to three of the youngsters for the costumes they wore. Anna Lou Asbury was given a prize for being the prettiest; Don McMasters for the funniest; and Barbara Adams, the most original. During the evening contests were held and the children spent the rest evening of Mr. and Mrs. James b Aiihlp. tons was at the Brown Funeral Prosecuting Attorney VERMlLUON COUNTY " "Your Support Will Be Appreciated" Miss Martha Wilhite, daughter of Homo nt Montpznmn. Tuesday after noon Hur dpatli occurred Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilhite, is re enverine at Culver Hospital, Craw night at Indianapolis Hospital where she had been very ill for several fordsvllle, from an appendectomy op eration. Her mother ana sister, Mrs. wiihitp. and Mrs. Robert Allee spent Thp pirlR nf thp class of which Carl R. Biggs Candidate for Ke-Election -For i spveral days with her last weeK. Mary Joan Myers is a member surpri Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nave are tne sed her Wednesday evening wun a 7 f V -i .. - isal- tV ih s sf ilssss n na rpnts of a daughter, Patricia Ann birthday party tune teller was present at the.partyj born Wednesday at their home. This is their fifth child and the first girl. VOTE FOR ana entertained mose present ,-py telling fortunes. Hallowe'en refreshments were ser Miss Dorothy Porter of Indianapo Clerk Rolla Cole, Perrysville, Dies in Danville Hospital Last rites were held at 2 p. m. lis anent the weekend wltn ner par ants Air. and Mrs. Lee Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Osborn of ved by the hostess' mother, Mrs. Stewart, to twelve children. Those who attended the party were: Bar- 1,-ira nnd .Inno Annum Kormn Pnhin- Wednesday for Rolla Cole, 71, of Porrvcvillp who riipd lit thP Rt . KHz- ' Of The Detroit, Mich, spent several dayi with the former's sister and hus hand Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tyler. abeth Hospital in Danville at 4 a. m. son. Tom Walthall, Don McMasters, OF THE VERMILLION CIRCUIT COURT On The Republican Ticket Monday morning. Mr. Cole Had oeen ill for several months. Rev. Willard Miller officiated and burial was in Mrs. Blanch Walworth visited her deter Mia Glariva Ilollingsworth, a Bradley v ickens. Barbara items-burg, Betty and Patty Moore, Anna Lou Asbury, Saundra Kay and Jerry Badger of Terre Haute, and the hostess. Miss Stewart, and her patient at Vermillion county iiospi JOHN GAMBILL DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR s SHERIFF of VERMILLION COUNTY ELECTION NOV. 7. 1944 ml. Clinton last weeK. Mrs. Hoinngs the Hicks cemetery. Heart trouble is believed to be the cause of his death. He was born in north underwent an appendectomy operation Tuesday of laBt week. Highland township. Oct. 27, 1873 Phyllis and Richard Conner 01 brother, Dick. A pot-luck supper was enjoyed by members of the Fornightly Bunco Club at their regular meeting held and had Just passed his 71st birtn-,la v Hr was married in January, Frankfort spent their vacation with thplr eranduarents. Mr. and Mrs 1894 to Ruth James, who survives H.-irriann Grubbs. at tne home of Airs, orpna Stewart Friday night. him. Besides the wife, he is survived Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Patrick or Following the bunco was Point Reves Station. Calif, arrived bv three sons, Rov Cole of bt. Louis. . ? . rr : . ,, .Mo, Joe Cole of banvi.le, 111, aand " supper here last week for an extended visit TAXPAYERS ATTENTION rtav rnlp who is serving with tue with relatives. Vr. Marv Holrovd entertained at armed force, at Camp Maxey, lex.; . ..' . , , one daughter. Mrs. Virgil Christen- ; AH' anA Sunday dinner in honor of her grandson, Howard Hise. Those present -pre Mr. and Mrs. Roland Holroyd berry of St. Louis, Mo.; two grand NOTICE TO VOTERSD OF VERMILLION COUNTY children and four brothers. Mrs. Dorothy Badger, both of Terre Haute, and eleven members, Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Mrs. Paul Crum- and daughter of Paxton. 111.: Mr The Watson Funeral Home of had charge of the funeral ar and Mrs. Newton Holroyd of Craw- F rangements. THE KAIX INSTALLMENT OK 1043 TAX IS NOW IrE AXI PAYABLE AT THE TKEASl IlKK'S OFFICE IN NEW-POUT. ALW ONE INSTALLMENT OF MOIUTOItll'M TAXES Foil THOSE WHO TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE MOltlTOK-Il'M ON IlELIXyl ENT TAXES. IF NOT PAID lsy THE FIKST KEEP Upper Coal Branch Mrs. Lois Nicklas and daughter CAN' GRAF SORE Throat DMA Hi and .Misses Doris and Mary Webb spent Sunday with Arnold neoD 0 The State Law Requires That Employers Allow To Employes 4 HOURS IN WHICH TO VOTE Between The Hours Of 6 A. M. and 6 P. M. f Exercise Your Constitutional Right ' By Voting Then CHAIR IER due to colds nd family. Serceant Marvin Cole returned to hie camp in Pennsylvania Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert kickeiman spent Saturday with Mr. andj Mrs. i.i'.-.A-'.a s s. r.-nr.u n t . ii s.a.ar. sll.lj III-.A u.nr. LINQl ENT AND 8 FEU CENT PENALTY WILL BE ADDED TO THE FALL INSTALLMENT. THE TliKASntEK'S OFFICE WILL APPRECIATE EARLY" PAYMENT OF TAXES TO AVOID THE LAST MINI TE KISH. MAIL WILL HE ANSWERED AS SOON AS POsslliLE. PERSONS PAYING TAXES BY MAIL WILL PLEASE INCLIKE HETl RN POSTAGE. ALSO STATE IN WHAT TOWNSHIP OB CORPORATION THEIR PROPERTY" IS LOCATED. DI KING THE LAST TWO WEEKS TELEPHONE CATXS CANNOT HE ANSWERED AS THE WINDOWS WILL BE TAKEN" CAKE OF FIR.sT. Mary Brittain Karl G. Dicken Bert Shannon. Mies Dollye Beauchamp visited ith Mrs. Edith Eickelman Tues VOTE FOR She's as Livelr as a Younfstsl Now her Backache is better Many sufferer! relieve sagging barkaeha jfluiekly, ooca tbey discover that the real cause of their trouble may be tired kidney. The kidarya are Nature m chief way of taking the esoeas acids and waste out of the biood. They help most people pass about 3 pints a dav. W hen disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause ".fpinr backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up Bights, swelling, purines tinder the eyes, headaches and dixiinees. Frequent or scanty paefiugra rilg smarting sod burning sometimes Shoe leere is something wrong wiUk your kiauevs-er bladder. , Lon't watt! Ask your drnginst tor Doan a day. Let a little Vicks VapoRub melt on the tongue. Works fine, to soothe sore throat due to colds and helps relieve irritation in upper breathing passages. To Ease Spasms of Coughing: Put a good spoonful of VapoRub in a bowl of boiling wa ter. Wonderful relief comes as you breathe in the steaming medicinal vapors that penetrate to cold -congested upper breathing passages ... soothes the irritation, quitts fits of coughing; helps clear head. ir Added Relief, rub VapoRub on throat, cittat. back. Let its tarnous noursasyouskep. VAPOR u fr TVpHs HnlvcroKS and Mrs. Mazie Hineg visited Mrs. Manford Holyeross Thursday. M Andy Johnson 7 Democratic Candidate State Representative Mr ano fr Victor P!irkplman of Danville spent Sunday evening with TREASl'REU DEPITY TREASIREB Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eickelman. 1 uey give nappy re lies of kidney tubes flush out pwson- the 15 mi Get in Um scrap! UttfU )uur Daiou. WW syvva hwm 3i

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